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Legacy software is a system that is no longer effective at serving business needs but is still in use. The lifespan of most IT products is just three years, after which using them can negatively impact the business.

Still, outdated software reportedly makes up 31% of any organization’s technology. Numerous businesses and organizations, including banks, government institutions, and retailers, are using such software mainly because there always seem to be tasks more important than their application modernization.

In this article, we are going to disclose the hazards of obsolete software, list the main benefits of application modernization, and showcase examples…


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Originally published at onix-systems.com.

The primary reason for startups’ failures is that there was no significant market need for their product or service. The marketing term that reflects this concern is known as product-market fit (PMF).

Finding a product-market fit is a crucial early-stage challenge for every startup and the first point of real success in their product development process. If they build their product before they’ve found a market for it, they may need to burn up lots of cash on improvements before it meets the market’s requirements. …


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Software-as-a-Service, also known as SaaS, is becoming mainstream nowadays. Increased automation and agility are fueling the SaaS market’s growth. According to Report Linker, the global SaaS market size is expected to grow from $371 billion in 2020 to $832 billion by 2025.

There is a good reason for SaaS success and demand. Thanks to the flexibility, affordability for any budget, and accessibility from any device, almost any business can benefit from implementing such applications, starting from tiny stationery shops to giant corporations.

In this article, we will discuss the importance of UI/UX for SaaS, compare large and smaller players of…


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Nowadays, mobile apps rule the world. Both the usage of mobile devices and the global application economy keep growing. According to Statista, only during the 3rd quarter of 2020, downloads across Google Play and Apple App Store totaled 36.5 billion. Consumers spent nearly 20% more money than in the same period in 2019.


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After you’ve come up with a profitable idea for your software startup, the first thing to do is to start looking for the appropriate business model.

A business model defines how a company will generate value for its customers and takes into account many factors, such as defining your customers, their problems, and ways to solve them. In short, it is a strategy for managing your business. Here are a few examples of business models that are in high demand:


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Originally published at onix-systems.com.

Electronic learning, popularly known as eLearning, uses an electronic medium, preferably connected to the internet, to enhance the learning experience. With the massive invasion of smartphones, it has become a part of everyone’s lives in some way or the other. The COVID-19 outbreak, which has forced millions of people to learn remotely, has given another push to educational technology (EdTech) and online education.


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The problem of finding and hiring the right tech talents due to the ever-rising demand for IT services is still continuing. If you have a little time and budget, hiring a dedicated development team is your solution. Instead of relying only on the local workforce, you can hire top specialists from more affordable foreign markets. Also, it’s even more reasonable during the COVID-19 crisis that makes teams shift to remote work anyway and puts budgets under increasing pressure.

In our latest article, we outlined the benefits of remote software development and procedures to hire the right workers. In this article…


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Originally published at onix-systems.com.

A startup’s chances of building a successful product directly depend on its software development team. Early-stage startups usually have at least one tech-savvy founder but little money. Often, they can’t afford an office and build and fine-tune their product themselves, working remotely.

However, remote employees may be a startup’s oyster. Instead of relying only on the local workforce, startup founders can hire top specialists from more affordable foreign markets. Eventually, they can open a physical headquarters, but more and more startups opt for distributed workforce models. …


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SaaS metrics provide answers to important questions: how can we increase customer acquisition? How profitable are our customers?

Today, the biggest issue with metrics is not about the ways to measure them. Google Analytics alone is a valuable tool that can help calculate and visualize your success. The problem lies in choosing the right KPIs to focus on for your business.

To help you understand and improve your performance, in this post we will describe the 5 most crucial SaaS metrics, and also provide you a guide on 60+ SaaS metrics that you can download to measure your growth, marketing…


The software-as-a-service (SaaS) industry is constantly developing, growing, and new trends are emerging, without any signs of slowing down. Facing fierce competition, SaaS startups need to know how to measure the business’ performance and what to do to stay afloat.

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A variety of metrics may help to measure the growth and boost a startup’s revenue. The most important of these, the key performance indicators (KPIs), are the subject of this article.

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